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(Bloomberg) — More than 21 people were killed as heavy rain and winds lashed the central Philippines, while a weakened storm Hagupit headed toward Manila.

The government shut state offices and trading of stocks, bonds and currencies was suspended. Troops were deployed in Manila to help evacuation and relief operations. Schools will stay shut tomorrow in the capital as the storm made its fourth landfall in the early evening in Batangas province, about 90 kilometers (56 miles) south of Manila.

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